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White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley acknowledged Tuesday that President Trump has faced what he described as a “deep state-issue” during his presidency-but to win, regardless.
Gidley referred to claims from Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., Chairman of the house freedom Caucus, said on Monday that he learned through documents from a “shoulder to shoulder” with the aim of, the President.
“I don’t know anything about these documents. This is obviously something in addition to the collection of a pretty, pretty extensive, a pretty strong charge, there is meadows. We will Show, get in this,” Gidley said on Fox News Radio’s “Todd Starnes.” “Listen, if we had a dollar for every critic, would the rich people here in the White house. I’m not at all saying that this report is true or what Congressman Meadows said the truth, although he is a friend of mine. I’ve known him for a while.”
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Gidley continued, “you know as well as your audience, that we get consistent attacks from all angles. There is a whole ‘deep state’ question, I think, was the chronicle to a certain degree, throughout much of… of this administration. But the fact is, this President is to continue winning and to continue to be successful, regardless of everything.”
“There will be additional information coming out, not only show that there is no collusion, but it was to take a coordinated effort, this President down. We are talking about the ‘Deep state,'” meadows said Sean Hannity. “There are players, now the Ambassador, the Ambassador, sitting, involved in a part of this with the FBI-DOJ.”
Fox News’ chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge told Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmeade Show,” Tuesday believed you, that someone is involved in the State Department, in the indictment, meadows Monday night.
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“My memory is that it is a Band in the State Department, so we will see exactly the person who receives the meadows, members of Congress on… But this is where I think it goes,” Herridge said Kilmeade, relying on their reporting.